The only direct flight available between the two cities will operate twice per week, on Monday and Thursday, according to Arajet.
Arajet is offering certain Viva passengers with disrupted trajectories between Colombia & The Dominican Republic $19 fares.
The official confirmed plans for a possible launch of direct air service from Bogotá into Grand Bahama, during the latter part of 2022.
Flights between Santo Domingo & Medellín begin March 28, and start at $194 USD round trip
Viva will initially fly between Medellín (MDE) and Punta Cana (PUJ) on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Saturday, Copa Airline’s low-cost subsidiary Wingo began operating flights between Medellín Colombia and the resort destination of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, with rates starting at $199 round trip, and including one penalty-free date change.
JetBlue passengers purchasing the basic fare they call “Basic Blue” for flights after July 19 will no longer be able to bring a carry-on item aboard without paying a $65 USD extra charge. JetBlue currently flies to over 30 Caribbean, Central & South American locations.
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The downtime was reportedly due to Bancolombia's failure to renew a domain.